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It also had a religious approach at many parts, although this did not change much about generality of it.
Likewise, there is also no setting provided for the reader. She said that it might help me to see the stages of grief spelled out so I would not only know what I might be in for, but also what I am feeling is completely normal.
Although the author clearly believes in an afterlife, she writes in a non-sectarian fashion. Dec 13, Meredith ell it it was ok.
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Sep 14, Gail rated it it was amazing Shelves: They encourage the idea of “feeling”–something that is so often lost in today’s sl.
Although I am finished reading it now, I will keep it with me and refer back to it many times I am sure. This book which I stumbled on while reading another book was a wonderful guide to grief. The idea that one of the very authors died elizxbeth the writing of this book, makes it that much more “believable” and certainly close to home for the reader.
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To help me at work with grieving families and residents, and to help myself and my family, some who are having a terrible time in their grief mostly because they believe the things pointed out in dueol book. She was right, this book really helped me to cope with dulo loss of my Dad. Kubler-Ross is elizabsth you think she’d be over it by now jk–dark counselor humor!
I had to read it in small chunks, chew, digest and then move on to the next chunk. Todos los derechos reservados. Prime Now Entrega en 1 hora En miles de productos. Further, the book suggested offensive and silly ideas, such as a grieving spouse is likely to lose most of his or her couple friends.
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Overall, I found the book too anecdotal, religion heavy, poorly written and generally incredibly disappointing.
Personally, I loved every bit of this book because it thoroughly defines the stages, while also addressing and defining grief from a variety of perspectives. This is the world were in and the peace we must make with eelizabeth a little word. This was such an insightful book for kybler. These five stages of grief are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
I higly recommend even if you know someone who lost a loved one and you want to have more understanding about what she or he going through. A must-have for any counselor or psychologist. Mostrando de 1 opiniones. Or my favourite you need to find closure. This was a tough book to read at times, it elizwbeth me ros tears, it tore out my heart brought up memories and in a way helped bring some of my grief to the surface.
I would give this book 7 stars. Lastly, I find that the way a book is written can help me connect to it, or can pull me out of it. It became a textbook read in every medical school in the world, and its messages informed a generation of those responsible for institutional end-of-life care.
Years ago, when I was a new nurse, I read On Death and Dying and learned so much about how to care for those in their last weeks, days, hours. To the point that I did an assessment on her life dueli discovered a headstrong child who wanted to FEEL what life was like.
A very good e recommended that I read this book. For the first time, I could identify with every feeling and situation described. And I feel this absence does an injustice to those years out from the death. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
They write, “Grief is not just a series of events, stages or time lines.
You will be asked how much did you love and how much service did you do for mankind. Mar 07, Michelle rated it it was amazing. This book has validated all the emotions I’ve felt in my devastating loss by seeing life and death, suelo and grief through almost every perspective. Before her own death inshe and David Kessler completed On Grief and Grievingwhich looks at the way we experience the process of grief.
At times I believe the authors focus too much on the loss of a spouse, but perhaps that is understandable. I read and read and learned from it. And now I reach out to her work again, because it is familiar and I know it will help. When she was 16 and the war had ended, she walked to Russia and back again, working in the ep of post-war Europe.
And I include a caution, too–the authors include as a fundamental premise for all they write that there’s an afterlife and a god.
All of us are faced with loss at times in our lives, and all of us will know someone who is going through a difficult loss at some point. Helpful, but did not need the part about the afterlife. Refresh and try again. I have to say, though, it didn’t live up to my hopes. It was written in the late s, but its findings are as relevant today as ever. I think this book has some really helpful stuff ep it, but be warned, these things will also be part of reading the book.